Maxwell Theatre Presents: Performance Workshop with Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd
October 2 @ 4:00 pm
Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 | 4 PM | Maxwell Theatre, Augusta University Summerville Campus
Terry Galloway is a writer, director, and performer for stage, radio, video, and film. She started her long, eclectic career in theater arts in 1968 after the University of Texas at Austin’s Drama Department denied her admittance to its acting program. Before her cochlear implant in 2010, Galloway was a deaf lip reader with a lateral lisp. In 1969 she became affiliated with UT’s Shakespeare at Winedale Summer Theater Festival, first as a student, then from 1973-1976 as a Research Associate/Assistant Director, making a reputation for herself as a cross-dressing performer of comic male roles in Shakespeare.
Donna Marie Nudd’s day job is that of a professor. Weekend and evenings and vacations, she moonlights as a theatre practitioner. In the academic world, she is Professor in the Department of Communication at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida where she teaches courses in Performance Studies, Gender Studies, and Pedagogy. She’s won four university teaching awards. Her essays have appeared in numerous academic journals and books. As a practitioner in performance, she has served as director and dramaturge for three of Terry Galloway’s one-woman shows (Out All Night and Lost My Shoes, Lardo Weeping, and You Are My Sunshine) that have been produced in Edinburgh, London, New York, Toronto, Mexico City and numerous alternative venues throughout the U.S..
Space is limited – Contact: Dr. Melanie Kitchens O’Meara in the Augusta University Department of Art and Design. firstname.lastname@example.org
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